Anuj Kumar

Associate Professor · University of Florida

Anuj Kumar’s research is focused on understanding how information technology affects the behavior of organizations and individuals.

How Online Product Recommendations Affects Customer Demand How Technology Can Be Used to Remedy Societal Problems Technology Enabled Multi-channel Business Operations Information Systems and Operations Management Business Value of Information Technology

Erin Devlin

Associate Professor of History and American Studies · University of Mary Washington

Dr. Devlin focuses on race, public memory, and social justice

American Studies Social Justice Race Public Memory American History

Joe T. Darden

Professor · Michigan State University

An expert on urban residential segregation, fair housing issues and neighborhood racial/socioeconomic inequality.

Socioeconomic Inequality Racial Inequality Urban Affairs Ferguson Racial Protests

Krystyn Moon

Professor · University of Mary Washington

Dr. Moon is an expert in U.S. immigration history, popular culture, race and ethnic studies, foodways, gender and sexuality, & consumerism.

Consumerism Foodways Popular Culture U.S. Immigration History Race and Ethnic Studies

Manisha Sinha, Ph.D.

Draper Chair in American History · University of Connecticut

Dr. Sinha is an expert in Civil War and Reconstruction

Feminism Abolition Slavery

Theodore M. Shaw, J.D.

Julius L. Chambers Distinguished Professor of Law and Director of the Center for Civil Rights, School of Law · UNC at Chapel Hill

Julius L. Chambers Distinguished Professor of Law and Director of the Center for Civil Rights

Political Law Educational Litigation Transitional Justice Constitutional Government Federal Law

James Plečnik, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Accounting, College of Business Administration · Loyola Marymount University

Faculty Advisor, Accounting Society

U.S. Tax Policy Tax Avoidance/Planning Applied Ethics

Daniel Cornfield

Professor of Sociology · Vanderbilt University

Expert in the American labor movement, the creative class, and work and occupation issues generally.

labor & employment Creative Class Unionization Labor Unions Musicians

Stephen Davies

Associate Professor of Computer Science · University of Mary Washington

Dr. Davies specializes in computer modeling and simulation.

Computer Science Modeling and Simulation

Thomas LaVeist

Dean of Tulane University School of Public Health & Tropical Medicine · Tulane University

Dean Thomas LaVeist's areas of expertise include U.S. health and social policy and the role of race in health research.

Vaccine Hesitancy COVID-19 Health disparities by race and ethnicity Health Disparities Social Determinants of Health

Simon Medcalfe, PhD

Professor · Augusta University

Dr. Simon Medcalfe is an economist with an emphasis on sports economics, social determinants of health, and the local economy.

Community and Economic Development Sports Economics Social Determinants of Health

Glen Duerr, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of International Studies · Cedarville University

Dr. Deurr's research interests include nationalism and secession, comparative politics, and international relations theory

International Terrorism Domestic Terrorism International Relations Brexit

Shankar Subramaniam

Chair and Professor of Bioengineering, Professor Chemistry and Biochemistry and Nanotechnology · UC San Diego

Research in the Subramaniam laboratory spans several areas of bioinformatics, systems biology and medicine.

Neurology Systems Medicine Bioengineering Gene Expression and Regulation Genetics and Genomics

Leanna Giancarlo

Associate Professor · University of Mary Washington

Leanna Giancarlo is a Professor of Chemistry and commentator on the portrayal of science in media and popular culture.

STEM Education Science Education Science and Popular Culture Chemistry

Glenn Bracey, PhD

Assistant Professor of Sociology & Criminology | College of Liberal Arts and Sciences · Villanova University

Glenn Bracey, PhD, is an expert on race and social movements and race and the law.

Activism and Social Justice in Sports Race and Law Social Movements Critical Race Theory Black Lives Matter

Linda Trinh Vo

Professor, Department of Asian American Studies · UC Irvine

Dr. Linda Trinh Vo is a Professor and former Chair of the Department of Asian American Studies at the University of California, Irvine.

Gender Relations Racial and Ethnic Relations Vietnamese Experience Asian American Studies Immigrants and refugees

Eric Houck, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Educational Leadership and Policy, School of Education · UNC at Chapel Hill

Associate Professor of Educational Leadership and Policy

Teacher Salary Teacher Quality Student Assignment Issues School Finance Policies State Funding Formulas

Kathy Roberts Forde

Associate Professor of Journalism · University of Massachusetts Amherst

Kathy Roberts Forde studies the Black freedom struggle and the press, First Amendment, literary journalism and history of book culture.

African American Freedom Struggle and the Press The First Amendment Journalism History Journalism Literary Journalism

Jamelia Morgan

Associate Professor of Law and Robert D. Glass Scholar · University of Connecticut

Jamelia Morgan is an expert in the development of disability as a legal category and how law shapes disability.

Human Rights Law Women in Prison Solitary Confinement Mass Incarceration Civil Rights

Christopher Finlay

Associate Professor of Communication Studies, College of Communication and Fine Arts · Loyola Marymount University

Assistant Professor of Communication Studies

Political Science Communication New Media Global Communications Journalism